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Accessory dwelling units have been on the rise since the pandemic, and are commanding higher home prices for properties that have one.
The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday it would taper its purchases of bonds and mortgage-backed securities, which is expected to push mortgage rates higher.
Marble is becoming a favorite from the flooring to the walls.
The safety of an area was even more important to recent buyers surveyed than the cost of living or quality of schools, a new study shows.
About three-fourths of buyers believe they can afford less than half the homes on the market.
Eighty-five percent of people who moved during the pandemic opted to stay in the state where they were already living.
Brokers and team leaders can use these tips for delivering constructive feedback with tact and authority.
In general, the more competitive the housing market, the higher down payments tend to be. Find out the metros where down payments averages are the highest.
Most of the homes Zillow has purchased through its iBuying program are now worth less than what they paid for them.
Video calls have put homes on display, and remote workers admit they’re judging their coworkers’ backgrounds.
With a Virtual Pass or a Premier Access Pass, you’ll have a flexible experience that extends beyond the #narannual conference.
Halloween may be over, but we're technically still in 'spooky' season and witchcore is HOT right now. Dried herbs, crystals, baskets made of natural materials, plants, and colorful bottle displays bring more nature into your home. Would you use witchcore?
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Mortgage denial rates for Asian Americans are higher despite having stronger credit profiles and great income levels overall, according to the Urban Insitute.
The KW School of Real Estate will be a fully digital real estate training program that @kwri hopes will help train new and existing agents as well as further diversity goals in the industry.
Rents in the 10 largest U.S. tech cities have surpassed their March 2020 levels by an average of 6.3%. The jumps are prompting desperate tenants to negotiate with property owners.
A growing number of young couples and baby boomers are competing for smaller homes, with inventories at a 50-year low.
When REALTOR® Kim Watts and her client run into a multiple offer situation, she uses her experience to win the deal. Find out how on First-Time Buyer:
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Shrugging off pandemic threats, commercial real estate saw record sales and values in the third
Find out the average costs of homeownership in 20 major U.S. metros.
Marble is becoming a favorite from the flooring to the walls.
Having participated in @FoodRecovery’s Food Recovery Verified program since 2019, NAR & other REALTOR® groups from around the country have in total donated nearly 1,500 meals to Americans in need in just over two years.
Millennials are approaching their peak earning years, and have accounted for the largest share of home buyers over the past year.
Building the best team is about establishing a reputation that attracts top talent. Here are five considerations for developing a nurturing environment.
Many homeowners are still reluctant to work out in gyms as COVID-19 remains a threat. Here’s how they can outfit a space without spending a bundle.
Housing analysts expect an uptick in abandoned and foreclosed homes now that the pandemic-era federal moratoriums have ended.
Slightly more than half of Americans surveyed say they feel anxious thinking about the process of purchasing a property.
Real estate pros aren’t shy about wearing costumes to garner attention and land a sale.
Older people are more likely to report ghostly activity on their property. Know the red flags of a haunting.
Here’s 10 decor trends that are giving home designers the frights. #HappyHalloween
Thirty percent of buyers say they’d be willing to live with a “friendly” ghost.
Capping off a presidency with gratitude to REALTORS®.
Help your clients find the best smart vacuum for them.
The interest rate for the 30-year fixed-rate loan increased to a 3.14% average this week.
Learn five key attributes from the most promising real estate markets of 2022, and how to identify similar amenities in your community.
The fourth quarter of the year is not the time to slough off—even if you’re exhausted from having a productive year and you’d like to kick back for a while.
The REALTORS® Relief Foundation is celebrating 20 years of providing funding for short-term housing assistance to families and individuals displaced by disaster.
Redfin announces a new tool where buyers can video chat as they search for homes with their family, friend, or agent.
In most metros where tech jobs are booming, the rent growth in September was higher than before COVID-19.
Since bottoming out in August, the costs of framing lumber are up 40%. Housing analysts say prices are likely to climb higher.
Find out why franchise affiliation is up in residential real estate—and which brands are growing the fastest.
Sales of newly built single-family homes posted double-digit growth in September even as prices continue to rise higher.
Pending home sales dipped 2.3% in September, but NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says it’s a short-lived blip.
Creative, custom lighting in a home is easier to achieve than ever. Light strips are an affordable way to personalize and liven up a space. Here are some popular options homeowners might consider.
In the second quarter of this year, the share of homes purchased by roommates rose to 3% of all buyers.
Nearly 10 million homeowners aged 65 and older still have a mortgage. Find out which areas of the country have the highest rates.
Lennar is teaming with the startup ICON to build the largest community of 3D-printed homes in the country.
Owners paid $703.5 billion in property taxes in the last fiscal year—a 13% annual hike—which is boosting government funds.
It may take a lot of convincing to get workers to leave their comfy home workspaces and return to a professional office.
The number of individuals who own real estate worth $1 million to $5 million has jumped 180% over the last three years.
The number of single households has doubled over the last four decades, but supply of entry-level housing is near a 50-year low.
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